• MANHATTAN

    CUP

  • €240.00
  • Functional and decorative objects, the bowls can be used to hold ingredients for preparing cocktails (mint, limes, cherries, etc.) or savoury nibbles to accompany them. The metal lid keeps the ingredients inside fresh.

  • Product reference
    12611000
  • Blown and cut at Saint-Louis-lès-Bitche in Moselle, France

Manhattan Collection

Mixology at home. Manhattan collection come from the name of a famous cocktail. And of a cosmopolitan, high-rise city, as vibrant as crystal. During the Prohibition era, this was where the culture of speakeasies and clandestine bars came about, born of a desire to continue having fun. And what if true freedom was simply about mixing and enjoying your favourite cocktails at home, amongst friends? 

Manhattan is the name of a famous cocktail. Of a cosmopolitan city, vertical and vibrant as crystal. It's where speakeasies, underground bars born of the Prohibition era's desire to keep the party going, first appeared. This era had a strong influence on mixology. In 2018, the art of the cocktail is in the air, free to create and compose. What if true freedom were simply to prepare and experiment with your favorite cocktails at home, with friends?

This is the proposition of the Manhattan collection, interpreted here by the three founders of the Experimental Group, creators of places where mixology rhymes with conviviality.

Discover the Manufacture's transatlantic voyage, between American inspiration and French conviviality.

With Manhattan, the spirit of mixology can be experienced at home.

More Information
Collection MANHATTAN
Color CLEAR
Design CONTEMPORARY
Designer -
Size Unique
Dimensions
Height 2.4 in
Diameter 4.2 in
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